This month Brian talks to playwright and author David Adjmi about family pressure, falling behind, and filling a niche.
In this excerpt from his memoir ‘Lot Six,’ playwright David Adjmi recalls childhood touchstones and the shape and meaning they gave to his pain.
This is an especially rich week, whether you’re craving meaty drama, durational performance, or livestream experimentation.
How this unique L.A. auteur creates intuitive, form-breaking work that bears comparison to the Living Theatre in its heyday.
After a dozen years leading the Boston theatre, the AD is stepping down as complaints over inequity have surfaced.
His new play, debuting virtually via Cutting Ball Theater, envisions a world beyond conflict and judgment, which for him is a kind of realism.
A Lynn Nottage festival, audio plays galore, a few Shakespeares, kids’ stuff, and so much more.
We asked a number of TCG-published authors which plays they’re reading—or not reading—during this time of crisis.
Solís, who has been leading a BIPOC Critics Lab on his own steam, will lead one under Kennedy Center’s auspices next month.
Is live entertainment really going to be the only industry that is not put on a path to safely reopen? We need and deserve better.